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Where Did Sharing Go?

September 20, 2002

Re "A First-Class CEO's Worth? Whatever the Market Will Bear," Commentary, Sept. 18:

With the help of high tax rates for the very wealthy, a strong labor movement and the GI Bill, the 25-plus years following World War II became the greatest economic period in U.S. history by almost every measure. There was another thing: the theory that everyone shared equally in a company's prosperity, or sacrificed equally in its hard times. Whatever happened to that? You don't even hear it anymore.

Steve Varalyay

Torrance

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